Mangalore, June 7: With south-West monsoon further advancing into remaining parts of North Interior Karnataka and thus covering the entire Karnataka State, the coastal areas have been receiving good rains from the past couple of days.
In the last 24-hours up to 8.30am on Friday, many places in Dakshina Kannada district received good rainfall. Mangalore taluk received in excess of 100 mm of early on Friday morning. The areas which received good rainfall in DK District are Mulki 116.50 mm; Mangalore A Hobli 89.50 mm; Mangalore B Hobli 86.50 mm; Gurupur 59.50 mm; Koila GP 56 mm; Bantwal 47.50 mm; Pane Mangalore 43 mm; Kanyana Gram Panchayat (GP) 42.50 mm; Vittla 42 mm; Savanur GP 38 mm; Uppinangady 34.50 mm; Bilinele GP 32.50 mm; Aithoor GP 31 mm; Aletti GP 29.50 mm; Kokkada 28 mm; Puttur 27.50 mm; Harihara Pallatadka, and Yenmuru Gram Panchayat (24 mm each); Sullia 17mm; Kadaba 16 mm; Ajjavara GP 15 mm; Tannirapantha GP 12.50 mm; Venur 7 mm; Markanja GP 12.50 mm; Naravi 12 mm; Padangadi 11.50 mm; Indabettu 10.50 mm; Koila GP 6.50 mm; Belthangady 5.50 mm; Dharmasthala GP 3.50 mm.
Rainfall in Mangalore taluk was widespread 116.50 mm; Puttur taluk was widespread 56 mm; Bantwal taluk was widespread 47.50 mm; Sullia taluk was widespread 29.50 mm and in Belthangady taluk it was widespread at 28 mm.